Noah loves Mac and Cheese. Now that we have these Easy Mac bowls, Noah takes them out of the pantry and shakes them like musical instruments. I wonder if Kraft needs a new spokesperson for their product
Mom, can we have this for lunch??
Last week, Noah was running through the kitchen and accidentally tripped, biting his lip on the way down. It’s incredible that it took Noah 18 months to bleed for the first time. I’m sure this will be the first of many boo boos. Oh, and no teeth were lost in the making of these pictures
The cute thing is that through the crying and the blood, Noah was still cocking his head for me to sing to him :) Entertain me!
To help me get around when I go to doctor visits, I got a wheelchair. The first time Noah saw it was after school on Tuesday. He LOVES to push it around!
For the sake of the paint on our walls, we had to discourage him from pushing it around. Onto something else, Noah!
For the first couple hours, Noah had a little trouble adjusting to his first day of school. But by the time we went to pick him up, he had completely settled in. They even said he napped! Part of the day was Water Fun where the kids got to play outside in the sprinkler; I think that was Noah’s turning point
I’m ready to push my brothers around in a stroller!
I can’t wait to come back again!
(Notice his clothes changed since this morning? He REALLY had fun during Water Fun!)
Now that I’m on bed rest and not able to play with Noah, we’ve enrolled him in daycare/preschool to keep him occupied on certain days. Well, today was his first day! Noah was happy as can be!
I’m ready to go make some new friends!! Go rest, Mommy!
More later on how his first day went…
Grandma Linda was able to extend her visit a few days to help us out. This was great because she had some extra time to take Noah to the pool!
Noah found a wagon sitting by the side of the pool and had a lot of fun with it.
Noah’s making a new friend (Noah stole his ball and this little boy wants it back!)
Noah had so much fun with Grandma Linda. He even walked under the sprinkler on his own! He was a little disoriented after he did, but he’s getting more and more brave every time!
On the first night of their visit, Great Grandma treated us all to a yummy Italian dinner at Vinny’s. We ordered Noah a baked pasta dish from the kid’s menu. The plate was huge, and he ate every last bite (plus a garlic roll and mozzarella stick!)!!
(This is just a portion of what he ate – I kept dishing it out to the small plate, thinking he would never eat it all)
Last week, Noah had some very special visitors: Grandma Linda, Papa Joe and Great Grandma came down from Ohio for the weekend. Noah loved showing off his pool:
Mom, get a little closer so I can pour this on you!
Noah and Grandma Linda
Running away from the sprinkler
This is not torture – he asked Daddy to do it!
Still surprised, though!
I’m all wet!
Grandma Linda, Papa Joe and Great Grandma
More tomorrow on their very special visit…